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Jakkie Cilliers
Chairperson on Board, Head African Futures & Innovation, Institute for Security Studies, Pretoria office. also Nbo, Dakar, Addis
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 21
What is driving Egypt’s more assertive role in Africa? via
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PresidencyZA Jun 20
President : We call on all South Africans to consistently buy locally made goods. 🇿🇦
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ISS Jun 18
Kenya has been losing US$400 million every year, since 2011, through illicit financial flows. for ISS Today
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 20
Fortunately we are saved the embarrassment of
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 20
Rob Davies in full flight at our workshop on the future of Zimbabwe in Harare in 18 June 2019
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 20
State capture boosted violence and organised crime in SA via
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 20
Solving South Africa’s violent and costly Zama Zama problem via
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 17
ANC urged to build an honest, competent state via
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ISS Jun 13
How do these 5 structural pressures increase the risk of political instability in Africa?
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ISS Jun 13
Elections and stability in SADC: the case
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ISS Jun 13
Even the most violent democratic societies can find peace – can South Africa be one? ISS Today
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ISS Jun 13
Violence in SA is rooted in state abuse – it’s now up to the state to solve it. ISS Today
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ISS Jun 13
Africa’s anocracies are most prone to political instability and abrupt regime change – is your country one?
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ISS Jun 14
Much more is needed to liberate the political space, but things are changing in ISS Today
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 15
That is because they are seldom free and fair
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 15
Democracy would help...
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ISS Jun 12
Overreach and deviation from their initial messages has tended to weaken extremist groups. ISS Today
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Herman J. Cohen Jun 12
In , has brokered new talks between military and civilian protest leaders. US Assistant Secretary Nagy will now enter to warn military to accept civilian rule or face dire consequences.
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Andrew Faull Jun 12
South Africans are increasingly unlikely to report crime to police. This is a bad sign. It signals an erosion of faith in the state's capacity (or willingness) to respond when called for help, which weakens its claim to hold the monopoly on force.
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Jakkie Cilliers Jun 14
Is speaking truth to Swazi royal power bringing slow change? via
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